Where the problems lie today

As the host of the NWCR show on Blog Talk Radio, through Conservative Nation Media I have come to realize something. Conservatives talk a good game, and a truthful one, but they are not willing to go the extra mile to try to make sure that the ideals that this country was founded on, and made her great, are enforced. Only the left is willing to get up in “activism mode” and go out behind the microphones and force their ideals on the rest of us.

And really folks, that has got to change or we will lose this great country to those activists.

Weekly, I advertise on my show that we are looking for new show hosts to join Conservative Nation Media or CNM as I will call it from now on, to give those that want a chance to change the direction this country has been led for the last eight years since Obama took office. And no one takes me up on it. The only reply I got was from one liberal who, as always wanted a new way to use a microphone to push their socialistic plans for this country ahead. Liberals want their socialistic eutopia more than Conservatives want to save this Constitutional Republic.

Oh now don’t get me wrong. There are many conservatives out here who will sit behind a keyboard and type things that they believe. There are plenty of Conservatives out here who will do that little bit more, and call into my show and talk. But no one on our side seems to want to take that extra step to put their voice out there. To push an agenda that America is great and worth saving. Oh yes we all believe that, but we are not willing to do anything about it. And it puts me at my wits end.
Reagan said it best when he said in his A Time For Choosing speech on October 27, 1964, when he said and I quote:

I am going to talk of controversial things. I make no apology for this.

It’s time we asked ourselves if we still know the freedoms intended for us by the Founding Fathers. James Madison said, “We base all our experiments on the capacity of mankind for self government.”

This idea? that government was beholden to the people, that it had no other source of power is still the newest, most unique idea in all the long history of man’s relation to man. This is the issue of this election: Whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the American Revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far-distant capital can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them ourselves.

You and I are told we must choose between a left or right, but I suggest there is no such thing as a left or right. There is only an up or down. Up to man’s age-old dream-the maximum of individual freedom consistent with order or down to the ant heap of totalitarianism. Regardless of their sincerity, their humanitarian motives, those who would sacrifice freedom for security have embarked on this downward path. Plutarch warned, “The real destroyer of the liberties of the people is he who spreads among them bounties, donations and benefits.”

The Founding Fathers knew a government can’t control the economy without controlling people. And they knew when a government sets out to do that, it must use force and coercion to achieve its purpose. So we have come to a time for choosing.

Public servants say, always with the best of intentions, “What greater service we could render if only we had a little more money and a little more power.” But the truth is that outside of its legitimate function, government does nothing as well or as economically as the private sector.

Yet any time you and I question the schemes of the do-gooders, we’re denounced as being opposed to their humanitarian goals. It seems impossible to legitimately debate their solutions with the assumption that all of us share the desire to help the less fortunate. They tell us we’re always “against,” never “for” anything.

We are for a provision that destitution should not follow unemployment by reason of old age, and to that end we have accepted Social Security as a step toward meeting the problem. However, we are against those entrusted with this program when they practice deception regarding its fiscal shortcomings, when they charge that any criticism of the program means that we want to end payments….

We are for aiding our allies by sharing our material blessings with nations which share our fundamental beliefs, but we are against doling out money government to government, creating bureaucracy, if not socialism, all over the world.

We need true tax reform that will at least make a start toward I restoring for our children the American Dream that wealth is denied to no one, that each individual has the right to fly as high as his strength and ability will take him…. But we can not have such reform while our tax policy is engineered by people who view the tax as a means of achieving changes in our social structure….

Have we the courage and the will to face up to the immorality and discrimination of the progressive tax, and demand a return to traditional proportionate taxation? . . . Today in our country the tax collector’s share is 37 cents of -very dollar earned. Freedom has never been so fragile, so close to slipping from our grasp.

Are you willing to spend time studying the issues, making yourself aware, and then conveying that information to family and friends? Will you resist the temptation to get a government handout for your community? Realize that the doctor’s fight against socialized medicine is your fight. We can’t socialize the doctors without socializing the patients. Recognize that government invasion of public power is eventually an assault upon your own business. If some among you fear taking a stand because you are afraid of reprisals from customers, clients, or even government, recognize that you are just feeding the crocodile hoping he’ll eat you last.

If all of this seems like a great deal of trouble, think what’s at stake. We are faced with the most evil enemy mankind has known in his long climb from the swamp to the stars. There can be no security anywhere in the free world if there is no fiscal and economic stability within the United States. Those who ask us to trade our freedom for the soup kitchen of the welfare state are architects of a policy of accommodation.

They say the world has become too complex for simple answers. They are wrong. There are no easy answers, but there are simple answers. We must have the courage to do what we know is morally right. Winston Churchill said that “the destiny of man is not measured by material computation. When great forces are on the move in the world, we learn we are spirits-not animals.” And he said, “There is something going on in time and space, and beyond time and space, which, whether we like it or not, spells duty.”

You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. If we fail, at least let our children and our children’s children say of us we justified our brief moment here. We did all that could be done.

Leaving Reagan’s speech there, are we really doing all we can to save America? Or are we letting it become the “last great stand on earth,” to disappear into the dustbin of history? Think hard on this one before you answer. Cause if you don’t, I think you don’t know what you are asking for. We are again at that time for choosing as Reagan so greatly said.
Are we going to allow the leftists to continue pushing for Impeachment when there is nothing the president has done to deserve impeachment, or are we going to move forward and Choose. The question has been asked. What are we going to do?

God Bless America and our Troops


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Cynical Thinking

The aftermath of the Parkland shooting has been predictable if not disconcerting. “News” networks put on town-halls and groups to “discuss” what needs to be done to prevent or stop such occurrences. The mantra is that guns are bad, the NRA is at fault, and law enforcement will protect everyone.

And it’s all show and bullshit.

If anyone cared to investigate what the NRA stood for is this: The NRA promotes the safe ownership and legal use of firearms. The NRA is the oldest civil-rights non-profit organization funded by it’s 5 million + members, and stands for the rights of the American citizen involving the Second Amendment. Not one of the several mass-murderers that have been involved in the horrific shootings has been linked to the NRA, but the NRA is blamed for them (even though the Sutherland Church killer’s rampage was stopped by an NRA member with the same type of rifle the killer used).

And by the way, the NRA did support the gun-control acts of 1934, 1938, and 1968 – of which regulations of machine guns, suppressors, sawed-off shotguns, the creation of Federal Firearm Licensing (FFL) for dealers, and the creation of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). Doesn’t sound like the rabid, gun-toting freaks that the MSM paints them out to be.

The knee-jerk reaction to any of these mass-murders is to ban the instrument, the implement, the tool that the murderer used – the gun. That’s self-deception – the person that is ultimately responsible is the person that makes the conscious decision to commit murder. Maybe that’s too much for some of the Leftists to contemplate.

Perhaps the gun-control/banners have faith that if all the firearms in the US were to magically disappear that all murder and crime would disappear too. That too is self-deception – criminals do not need a gun to commit a crime. Knives, hammers, fists, and brute strength will be used with more frequency since the victim no longer has an effective deterrent to an assault or crime. In fact, multiple instances have shown that criminals are emboldened to commit violent crimes as they are no longer afraid of being shot.

Then there’s the argument that government (through passing laws) and law enforcement (to enforce the laws) will protect everyone from anything like this from happening again.

That, folks, is the biggest deception and self-delusion of all.

Laws do not prevent evil from committing mass murder or any other crime for that matter. Laws only state what is wrong and the penalties for committing the act.

As noted in this blog before, law enforcement has no legal obligation to protect you, the citizen. This has been upheld in courts of law multiple times. Additionally, it has been revealed in the past week that at least three Sheriff Deputies were outside the school while the Parkland shooter continued his slaughter inside. They were in a position to enter the school and confront the shooter and save lives, but they did not.

Additionally, law enforcement had multiple encounters with the shooter, and tips from other people that stated that this person was unstable and had made threats against the school. None of this was followed up on, and now I feel that 17 people are now dead because of the ineptitude of law enforcement, and by extension, the government.

Almost 20 years ago, the Columbine shootings occurred. Since that time, many things have been proposed and implemented: zero tolerance policies, gun-free zones, anti-bullying campaigns, and other school security measures. And since that time, the shootings have continued at not only schools, but other public places.

I can go into a lot of the reasons, many of which could be recycled from previous posts, as to why these people go off the deep end and start racking up a very real body count. Mental illness, drugs (prescription and otherwise), and terrorist jihad.

But I have a darker thought as to why these events continue to occur, and it ventures into tin-foil hat territory. I don’t want to think this, but the pieces are beginning to fit together, especially since the Parkland shooting.

There is a concerted effort by the Media, the Politicians (mostly Liberal-Progressive Democrats, although there are a few RINOs), and the usual Liberal groups to remove firearms from the hands of American citizens. These are enabled by various anti-gun groups, the super-rich people like Soros and Bloomberg, and our supposedly neutral institutions of higher learning and government. They scream and holler that “something needs to be done,” and yet they know (and sometimes admit) that any laws they pass or guns that are banned, the event would not have been prevented. But their goal is to ban firearms, no matter what the cost may be.

And that’s exactly what I’m afraid of – the cost.

All of the “solutions” that have been proposed do nothing to protect the schools or the children from some maniac with a gun or a bomb. Yes, there have been improvements in preventing a person from coming into a school, but nothing that would stop a gunman from continuing his rampage once he breaches those barriers. Sheltering in place and praying that a maniac doesn’t come into your room to kill you is not an active solution, but a passive one. It has been shown that an active solution (i.e., engaging and killing the shooter) is the only way to stop the body-count from rising. But there is resistance to this.

Additionally, the names of the mass-murderers have been plastered all over the news, giving them a spot in history. This is encouraging the future mass-murderers to commit crimes against their fellow person. I believe this is a factor in the number of school shootings we have seen.

And then there is the fallacy that a law and a sign that states certain areas are gun-free zones will magically make those areas free from a gun-toting maniac with murderous intentions.

All of this is making me think there are people or organizations that are intentionally orchestrating the non-hardening of the schools to fuel the gun-control agenda with the end-game being the removal of the American citizen’s right to own and use arms. Let a maniac run up a sufficient body count, continuously manipulate public opinion, and soon there will be gun bans and confiscations like Europe and Australia.

I told you that this was dark, tin-foil hat territory. Just tell me where I’m wrong.

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We at Wise Conservatism and Tom’s Place wish to offer our sympathies and prayers to the victims and their families of the Parkland murderer.

The bodies weren’t even cold when the usual suspects began calling for the repeal of the Second Amendment, banning assault rifles, banning all guns, create & pass more gun control legislation, etc. in the effort to “do something” to prevent another tragedy of a school shooting. What is most disturbing is that all these efforts would not have prevented another tragedy, but would attempt to disarm or hinder law-abiding citizens from owning weapons.

More laws will not prevent tragedies from happening. This country has an excess of 300 million firearms, and some (a tiny amount) are unfortunately are in the hands of psychos and criminals. It makes absolutely no sense to pass laws that will affect the law abiding and not the criminals. Indeed, it’s already against the law to murder or rob someone, another law isn’t going to affect them one damn bit.

Restricting the right of a law-abiding citizen from owning a weapon that could one day save that person’s life (or those around them) is the opposite of what the gun-grabbers say they want to do. If it saves one life, they say, then we should ban guns. Then what about the 120 lb woman defending herself against a 250 lb rapist that has murderous intent? Doesn’t she have the right to defend herself with something a bit more lethal than a rape-whistle and a phone? Taking away guns from the law-abiding doesn’t save lives – it creates easy victims.

According to gunfacts.info (which has documented facts, figures, and statistics), firearms prevent 400,000 life-threatening violent crimes, and an estimated 2.5 million crimes each year. That is a staggering amount given that roughly 30,000 firearm related deaths (of which 2/3 are suicides) are recorded each year. The numbers are not in the favor of removing firearms from the citizens of this country.

Quite frankly, there isn’t a compelling argument that any law, regulation, or policy would prevent another mass murder involving a gun. Criminals, terrorists, or the mentally disturbed would find another way to commit chaos and destruction. For instance:

The massacre at Bath, Michigan in 1927 was committed by a disturbed person that claimed 44 lives using a bomb. And let’s not forget the Oklahoma Bombing in 1995 where 168 people were killed by a domestic terrorist using a bomb in a truck.

And if that wasn’t enough – Most, if not all, schools are so called “gun free zones” where even the resource officer (sometimes a police officer) is banned from carrying a weapon. Exactly how does a sign prevent someone from bringing a weapon or bomb onto school grounds and killing people? In every school shooting, it does not. Personally, the person(s) who thought that a sign with a law would keep school shootings from happening did not have an ounce of common sense, and as far as I’m concerned, has the blood of each and every victim on their hands.

In the instances of where there was an armed person (or a person that had access to a weapon) in a place of work or school, the body count was much, much less. Take the following instances:

  • In the Sutherland Church shooting, the killer’s rampage was cut short by another person with a rifle.
  • At the New Life Church in Colorado Springs, an armed volunteer security worker shot and killed an armed maniac who opened fire on parishioners.
  • After killing two people at the Clackamas Shopping Center, a man with a semi-automatic rifle was scared off from committing more murders after a concealed carry permit holder drew his weapon and pointed it at him. The killer retreated to a stairwell and killed himself.

There are more – a fast Internet search will come up with hundreds of instances of where a private citizen stopped a mass-murder and/or defended themselves with a weapon (most of the time, a handgun).

Regardless, government, laws, regulations, policies are useless in combating this type of crime, especially if not followed through. We have been told that if we see something amiss that we are to report it. Sure didn’t work here –

It has been revealed that the Parkland shooter was a disturbed individual. Police had been to his home multiple times, and it was known (at least to the adoptive parents) that he had a weapon. His social media posts revealed that he had weapons and made more than one threatening comment that he was going to become a “professional mass shooter.” This was reported to the FBI, and they did not investigate even though it was their policy to look into such threats.

So how exactly is government going to solve or prevent gun crime, or any other kind of crime or assault?

It can’t.

Every single law that has been passed does not prevent crime – laws only state what penalties are imposed for the crime committed.

With that in mind, here’s what I think we, as a community, should do to keep our children and ourselves safe while they are at school and away from us.

One: Arm the teachers. Despite the screaming of the naysayers (ex. “What if a teacher goes off the deep end and starts shooting kids?”), several school systems have this in place with no incidents. If memory serves me correctly, there are between 14 to 17 school systems that have trained and vetted teachers to conceal carry in the schools to protect the children. We protect banks, politicians, and celebrities with guns, why not the kids?

Two: Provide security for those schools who are unwilling or unable to train teachers to provide active security (or in addition to). I’m sure that the Liberals who scream and holler that “we must protect the children” would agree to use the funds that went to Planned Parenthood (which kills thousands of unborn children each year). I’m also sure that there are a variety of Veterans who would do this at little or no charge to the school systems

Three: Arm the students. On several college campuses, students that have concealed carry permits are allowed to carry on campus. Again, the naysayers scream that kids and guns won’t mix on campus, especially with alcohol around, but again, I have heard no issues with this policy. With the supposed reported up-tick in campus rapes (but who believes the MSM anymore…), young women protecting themselves should result in a lower incident rate of these reports.

Four: Remove all gun-free zones (or target-rich environments), but reserve the right of property holders to ban guns from their places of business providing that they will provide active security for their customers and employees.

Five: Provide gun safety classes in the schools. The Eddie Eagle program from the NRA is an excellent program for younger children. Other classes are available for older children. This should reduce the already low instances of tragedies with youngsters and weapons.

Final Thought:

We, as a society, has changed in the past five decades.

The respect for life has declined as evidenced by the entertainment we watch and the music we listen to. Movies glorify meaningless violence, and the rap culture celebrates cop-killing, gang membership, drugs, and rape. Additionally, abortion has reduced the miracle of life to an inconvenient clump of cells that has as much value as cancer.

Mental health is still an issue, and is a bigger issue no matter what anyone says. The asylums were emptied, and they are among us. Some are to be pitied, while other are to be feared. All are dangers to themselves, and as evidenced by the last several mass murders, are dangers to us as well.

The Parkland murderer had all the signs of a mentally disturbed person with homicidal tendencies. He was reported, nothing was done, and now 17 people are dead & their families are in mourning.

The weapon used is not at fault, but the murderer is responsible for his own actions. The weapon is a tool, and cannot think for itself.

Unfortunately, this is the world we live in. Psychos are out there. Criminals are out there. People that just don’t give a damn are out there, and just want to see the world burn at their hands.

We as individuals must take responsibility for our own safety, and the safety of our loved ones. We cannot push this responsibility off to government because government is just as flawed as we are.

We are responsible for ourselves.

Be well and be safe, my friends.

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What Negotiation?

Last week, President Trump put forth a proposal to address the issue of children of illegal immigrants that were brought into the United States. His proposal included the following:

  • A path to citizenship for 1.8 million “Dreamers” that would last 10-12 years that includes qualifying criteria
  • Full funding for “The Wall” and border security
  • An end to unrestricted Chain Migration
  • An end to the Visa lottery system
  • Enforcement of the E-Verify system
  • Limits to Immigration to include a merit-based system
  • Ending sanctuary cities/states

Of course, Democrats are losing their minds calling it “racist,” “un-American,” and a variety of other things that I care not to repeat here. But let’s really take a look at what is proposed:

A Path to Citizenship: The number of people proposed is staggering, and far more than what the Democrats have insisted be included in any immigration deal. It’s not a done deal – the proposal floats qualifications such as showing merit (i.e., being a productive citizen, law-abiding, not a Welfare recipient, etc.) as well as a waiting period of 10 to 12 years to prove their worthiness (a period of time which is equal to that of people currently applying for citizenship). I’m presuming that the applicants would be registered and legal resident aliens, and would be forbidden to vote in any elections.

In some respects, this makes sense. Anyone that is serious about becoming a citizen of this country should be able to keep their nose clean for a decade, and prove during that time they can be a productive contributor to society. Those that don’t are then weeded out and deported.

On the logistical side, could you imagine the amount of resources that would be needed to round-up and deport just 800,000 people? Staggering, in my opinion. It would rival the most jaded dystopian novel that you could think of.

People who think that President Trump is selling out his Conservative base need to look at these last two points closely. Yes, the kids are here illegally, participants in their parents illegal immigration to this country. Morally, it can be argued (and is), not to penalize the children. It can also be argued that legalizing, although delayed, the Dreamers would increase the Democratic voting base.

I could argue that once the Dreamers (the ones that survive the decade-long vetting process) will have jobs, become productive, and presumably have a better appreciation for self-sufficiency rather than the sit-on-your-butt and receiving handouts mentality that the Democrats seem to promote. At the same time, it frosts me that these children (some of which are now young adults) are still here illegally and we’re talking about making them legal.

The Wall & Security: Once the door has been closed, it needs to be locked and guarded. Going down this path of offering a path to citizenship needs to have a cutoff point. This situation cannot be repeated in 30-some years. That was proven when Ronald Reagan (yes, that Ronald Reagan) signed into law the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Here it is 32 years later, and we’re facing the same issues again though non-enforcement of existing laws, and the subverting of various laws by Congress and other state & local governments.

Chain Migration, Visa Lottery, and Merit-Based Immigration: Both of these programs do not benefit the United States. Bringing immigrants into this country that do not contribute is a drain upon the system. Indeed, I have read of several accounts of relatives of legal immigrants being brought into this country and being met by attorneys & social workers whose sole purpose was to assist in signing them up to receive Welfare and other public entitlements. There are also reports of people who came into this country on the Visa Lottery and Chain Migration systems engaging in terrorists activities.

It used to be that to immigrate to the United States, you had to show that you had a skill and that you could contribute to the country. This is a merit-based system that we have gotten away from. It’s time to bring it back.

E-Verify: Once the door is closed, people who have refused to sign up or illegally entered the country should not be able to find work (a reason) to stay. They will then self-deport. Otherwise, that person is taking a job that a legal citizen should have (and another person off the Welfare system). Companies that violate these laws should be penalized and the responsible parties prosecuted.

Ending Sanctuary Cities and States: The current laws of the United States specify that anyone harboring an illegal alien is guilty of a felony. Provide a grace period for the elected officials to reverse their policies. Those that don’t should be prosecuted and imprisoned. It has already been proven that sanctuary cities have higher crime rates and are unsafe for the citizens of that city. By providing aid, comfort, and protection to criminals, these officials are violating their oaths of office to the people who elected them, and should therefore be removed.

The Democrats are not in agreement with much of the above for several reasons (most of them political).

The Democrats want the immigration situation to be a campaign issue that they can use in their attempts to regain control of Congress (and later the White House). They also want to be the ones to have the bragging rights that “they did something” for the Dreamers, and thus “earn” the Dreamers undying political support. Finally, they are making the specious argument that this proposal is “racist.”

I personally think that the Democrats are on the losing end of this issue.

The Democrats had control of both houses of Congress and the White House, and even though they slowly lost control of it all, did not even attempt to bring any type of solution for this issue. The Democrats have been roundly criticized for this.

Strike one…

It wasn’t until President Trump was elected did the Democrats issue a shrill, piercing call to “fix the Dreamer issue.” Ultimately, it led to the disastrous (for the Democrats) 3-day shutdown of the government. Calls from the Dreamers and their supporters labeling the Democrats as traitors has been near deafening.

Strike two…

The Democrats are not bargaining from a position of strength. They need to come to some agreement with President Trump and the Republicans. Otherwise, they will play obstructionist to their heart’s content and vote down any proposal. What will then happen is that President Trump and the Republicans can point to the Democrats and say “We wanted to provide a path to Citizenship for more than what the Democrats wanted, and they turned us down & spit in your eye for good measure!! We now have to follow the laws that Congress previously passed and have to deport you and your families.” The Dreamers and their supporters will not be happy by any stretch of the imagination.

Strike three… The Democrats are out – hopefully, permanently.

At least that’s how I see it. I wonder how this pans out…


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Last night, the Senate failed to pass a temporary spending bill that would keep the Federal government running. Here’s the immediate aftermath of that action:

The sun still came up.

No one has immediately keeled over & died as a result.

The lights are still on.

The Earth has not fallen into the sun.

In other words, dispite the dire predictions of Schumer, Pelosi, & other members of the WAH!* Party, the world and universe have not come to an end.

Dispite the lack of funding for “non-essential services,” I fully expect that the impact upon the average American to be minimal under the Trump Administration. This would stand in full contrast of the previous Obummer Administration, whose goal was to make it as painful as possible for the citizens so as to blame the Republicans for the inconvenience.

So what’s the issue? Here’s a good synopsis:

““Hostage-taking” is the term that was used in 2013 when Ted Cruz and a few other Republicans blocked government funding to try to force repeal of ObamaCare. You can’t deny people essential government services just because you didn’t get your way on some other policy! Now here we are, five years later, and Democrats are prepared to deny those same services because they haven’t gotten their way on a DREAM amnesty with essentially no strings attached.”  Allapundit @ Townhall.com

So this all comes down to what to do with the children of illegal immigrants who are here illegally, who are not citizens, and who are facing deportation in accordance to the laws of this country.

A question for the WAH! Party – Is this issue something that you want to hang your futures on?

The WAH! Party is in bad shape. They are heavily in debt as a result of the Obummer and Hildebeast campaigns. The apparent acrimony in the election of their co-chairs is still evident in their lack of fundraising. The treatment of Bernie is still rubbing a good portion of the Party members the wrong way. And the message that the co-chairs are sending out is appeals only to the leaches that depend upon the WAH! Party for sustenance – flyover country is not impressed. Last is that after the defeat of the Hildebeast, no one in the party is really positioned to make a run for the Presidency – they all have baggage that would send them to the bottom of the Marianas Trench.

Their solution is to push for the amnesty and full citizenship of the Dreamers. These children and young adults have come from countries where the government rules over the citizens, and the educational systems in this country has leaned toward Socialism for years. Should the Dreamers be granted citizenship with the resulting chain migration continue unabated, the WAH! Party would have a voter base of roughly 900,000+ to build upon. This is their long-term goal – a power play to get a their majority back and lock up the elections for decades to come.

This is the issue that the WAH! Party wants to shut the government down for – getting consessions for people who are essentailly criminals, putting their party ahead of the citizens of this country. Considering who they backed for the last election, perhaps I shouldn’t be surprised.

If anyone is paying attention, the WAH! Party does not have the American People rights and priveledges as part of their focus. It’s keeping themselves in power, and damned be the consequences to the United States.

Breitbart has this to say about the DREAM Act:

…working and middle-class Americans would be put in further competition for U.S. jobs against up to 3.5 million newly legalized foreign nationals. A recent report found that 1 in 5 illegal aliens given amnesty under the DREAM Act would end up on food stamps and nearly 1 in 7 would end up on Medicaid, further straining the social safety net for America’s poor.

And in the same article, here’s a partial quote (which I’ve seen from other sources) from Senator Dick Durban (D-IL):

“I’m focused on one thing — not that meeting — but on making sure that those who are being protected by DACA and eligible for the DREAM Act have a future in America. I am focused on that full time.”

Enough said.

* WAH! Party – Whiners and Hypocrites Party, formerly known as the Democratic Party.

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Happy New Year To Everyone

We are now heading into our eleventh year as a blog, we want to thank all of you readers and commenters of our blog for those years. We here at Wise Conservatism have striven to give you the stuff that is important to know for this great country. And we will continue to do so for our loyal readers and for the new ones that come around.

So, we hope that your New Year is a fun, prosperous and safe one for all of you out here, and may this year see growth and good news for us to report to you.


-Robert and Tom-

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Christmas 2017

It is rare that I sit down at the keyboard on a holiday and write something. No fancy graphics, no witty memes, no smart comments – just a sincere, heart-felt wish that all of my family, friends, work-mates, and extended family that they have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New New.

Let us also remember that the reason for this holiday is not to find out who gave or received the biggest or most expensive gift, because that has already been given – God’s Son Jesus. He was born so he could later give the most precious gift of all to Mankind – Eternal Life in Heaven in the presence of God Almighty.

Again, allow me to wish each and every one of you a Merry Christmas on this most special day.

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